AIAS Foundation

Applications for the AIAS Foundation, WomenIn, and Girls for Gaming scholarships are currently closed. Please sign-up for the AIAS Foundation newsletter for updates.

Consult the Scholarship FAQ before contacting the Foundation with questions. All questions may be directed to [email protected].

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AIAS Foundation Scholarship Fund

These scholarships support aspiring student game makers in undergraduate or graduate level programs who are planning on pursuing a career in development or leadership as well as video game early professionals and recent graduates within their first four years in the industry.   

Eligible candidates will be pursuing careers in game development or the business of interactive entertainment.

WomenIn Scholarship Fund

The WomenIn Scholarships, supported by Intel, are a collaborative effort to attract, retain, and advance women in the interactive entertainment industry by supporting their education and professional development. This initiative provides support to female students and early career gaming professionals through its mentoring program, education, and scholarships. 

This scholarship is available for women students and early professionals (recent graduates within their first four years in the industry) pursuing a tech career in game development. Applicants to the WomenIn Scholarship must identify as women intending to pursue a career in the technical aspect of video games including but not limited to art, animation, programming, and engineering.

Girls for Gaming Scholarship Fund

The Girls for Gaming Scholarship honors individuals who help empower and educate girls and young women on the various roles within the gaming industry with the purpose of driving and normalizing gender diversity within gaming. This initiative aims to support the scholarship recipient through their education (if they are a student) and provide a mentoring program to further grow ally communities and amplify female voices. 

This scholarship is available for undergraduate and early professionals (recent graduates within their first four years in the industry) pursuing the business of interactive entertainment including but not limited to marketing, law, producing, and product management.

Applicant Privacy Policy: All applicant information provided to the Foundation is considered confidential and not released to any third party. By submitting your application you agree to receive correspondence from the Foundation regarding this opportunity and any other upcoming scholarship opportunities. At any time you may opt out of these emails. Please contact [email protected] for further information regarding this policy.

All tuition assistance provided by the AIAS Foundation Scholarships is sent directly to the financial aid department of the university in which the student is currently enrolled.